Patients are sought for W. Nile virus study


The five-year study is part of the Regional Center for Excellence in Bioterrorism program at Colorado State University. Barry Beaty, distinguished professor of microbiology, immunology and pathology at Colorado State, and Dr. Michael J. Bamshad, associate professor of pediatrics and adjunct professor of human genetics at the U., are the principal investigators. Dr. John D. Kriesel, research assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the U., is the Utah co-investigator for infectious diseases.